Antichrist shall come [Was: False Prophet moving to capture the world in the 666 system] 
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 Antichrist shall come [Was: False Prophet moving to capture the world in the 666 system]

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> > rjbjr asked on Dec 11, 5:15 am:
> > If you know who a potential antichrist is, could
> > you possibly stop him/her from gaining power?

> The keyword there is "potential". If Hitler himself
> started out as a failed artist living in a homeless
> shelter, then there is no limit to how harmless the
> Antichrist could appear today; there is no limit of
> "potential" Antichrists. To stop them all from
> gaining power you'd have to wipe out a good portion
> of humanity.

> Even if you limited your scope to only those people
> in the world whose names added up to 666 in a
> gematria using the Modern Latin alphabet, and wiped
> all of them out, you still might miss the real
> Antichrist, for maybe his name adds up to 666 only
> in the gematria of his native alphabet.

> And how could you stop him from gaining power? By
> telling everyone he's the Antichrist? How many will
> believe you? How will you defend yourself against
> a civil suit brought against you for malicious
> libel? Should you just stay quiet and go ahead and
> assassinate someone you feel "sure" is the "one,
> real" Antichrist? What if you did, only to find out
> you were wrong, that the person you {*filter*}ed in
> cold {*filter*} wasn't even the true Antichrist?

> > rjbjr asked on Dec 11, 5:15 am:
> > Would you want to try to stop the antichrist from
> > gaining power?...

> Whether anyone wants to or not won't matter. No one
> can kill the Antichrist but Jesus Christ Himself at
> His second coming (2 Thessalonians 2:8; Revelation
> 19:19-21). All of the events of the reign of the
> Antichrist (e.g. Revelation 13) are not things that
> may or may not happen; they all "must" happen. See
> Revelation 1:1; there the Greek word for "must"
> literally means "necessary" and "binding". There is
> simply no way to prevent a single one of them; there
> is simply no way to prevent the Antichrist from
> taking power.

> > rjbjr asked on Dec 11, 5:15 am:
> > ...After all, he/she is a signal that Christ would
> > soon return and a better world would be created.

> That's true. I expect Jesus to return on the 1,335th
> day after the Antichrist commits the abomination of
> desolation. See Daniel 12:11-12; there the 1290th
> day could be the day that Jesus gives the blessing
> of Revelation 16:15; at that point He could be
> telling us in effect to hold on just a little
> longer, possibly just 45 more days, until He comes.

> Once the Antichrist commits the abomination of
> desolation, Satan could give him legal rule over the
> whole earth (cf. Luke 4:6) for about 42 months
> (Revelation 13:5), or exactly 1260 days (Revelation
> 12:6,14). When the 1260 days are over, the 7th
> trumpet could sound declaring that God is taking
> back legal ownership of the earth (Revelation
> 11:15). God's vials of wrath (Revelation 16) against
> the Antichrist and his kingdom could then begin to
> be poured out (Revelation 16), the first 5 vials
> lasting from the 1,261st day to the 1,290th day.

> At that point the blessing of Daniel 12:12,
> Revelation 16:15 could be given to those Christians
> who are still surviving on the earth, encouraging
> them to hold on until the 1,335th day and Jesus'
> return. The 45 days from the 1,290th day to the
> 1,335th day could be filled by the gathering of all
> of the armies of the world to Armageddon to try to
> fight Jesus at His return (Revelation 16:14,16;
> 19:19).

> So, while the reign of the Antichrist will be the
> worst time ever for Christians, it will also be the
> time of greatest hope of impending and total victory
> at the second coming, after which Jesus will rule
> the earth with all faithful believers for 1000 years
> (Revelation 20:4-6, cf. 5:10, 2:26-29).

> > rjbjr asked on Dec 11, 5:15 am:
> > Is it possible that there are more than one
> > antichrists, perhaps one for each generation?

> There are definitely many antichrists, and they have
> been around since the 1st century (1 John 2:18), for
> anyone who denies that Jesus is the Christ, or
> denies that Christ came in the flesh, is an
> antichrist (1 John 2:22, 4:3; 2 John 1:7).

> But what we are looking for is the single Antichrist
> that "shall come" (1 John 2:18) and fulfill, for
> example, 2 Thessalonians 2:3-9, Revelation 13, and
> Daniel 11:21-45, 7:24-26, 8:23-25. No matter whether
> you call the man who will fulfill all of these
> passages by the exact term "Antichrist" or not
> doesn't matter in the least; none of these passages
> have ever been fulfilled. And they must be fulfilled.

> > rjbjr asked on Dec 11, 5:15 am:
> > If you were able to prevent the rise to power of
> > the antichrist in this age, perhaps another would
> > rise at some point in the future?

> There has been someone preventing the rise of the
> Antichrist since the 1st century. Paul said that the
> Antichrist couldn't come to power until that someone
> was "taken out of the way" (2 Thessalonians 2:6-8).
> This someone could be a powerful angel like the one
> Jesus will send to bind Satan himself at the second
> coming (Revelation 20:1-3).

> What the angel could be binding in the case of the
> Antichrist is Satan's ability to give all of his
> power to a single mortal man who worships Satan
> (cf. Luke 4:7). Once the angel is taken from his
> post, Satan will be free to give the man he's chosen
> to be the Antichrist his throne over the earth
> (Revelation 13:2b), giving him the power to conquer
> and rule all nations (Revelation 13:4,7).

> Nobody will be able to do anything about it, not
> even Christians, for God will allow the Antichrist
> to have power even over all the Christians he can
> find (Revelation 13:7-10, 14:12-13), just as God has
> always allowed Satan to imprison, torture, and kill
> Christians (e.g. Revelation 2:10).

> Some say "No way; the gates of hell shall not
> prevail against the church (Matthew 16:18)". But
> by their interpretation of that they would have to
> deny that many in the church have always been
> subject to suffering and death at the hands of the
> powers of hell. Matthew 16:18 must mean something
> different than what they want it to mean.

> Nobody attacks with gates; gates are for defense.
> "The gates of hell shall not prevail against the
> church" is not describing an attack of hell against
> the church, but the attack of the church against the
> forces of hell, saving souls from death
> (James 5:20), lifting them up from the gates of
> death (Psalms 9:13) through the work of Jesus
> Christ, who broke the gates of brass, and cut the
> bars of iron in sunder (Psalms 107:16), rescuing
> people from the pit of hell through His shed {*filter*}
> of the new covenant (Zechariah 9:11, Matthew 26:28).

> When the forces of hell attack the church and kill
> Christians, as they've always been allowed to do
> since the very first martyr Stephen was stoned to
> death (Acts 7:59), they don't truly "prevail"
> against the Christians they kill, for death is gain
> to a Christian (Philippians 1:21). It simply ushers
> his or her spirit into the presence of Jesus Himself
> in heaven (2 Corinthians 5:8, Philippians 1:23). And
> it can in no way rob any Christian of the promise of
> receiving an immortal body at the resurrection
> (1 Corinthians 15:52-58, Romans 8:23-25).

> So Christians are not to fear what is coming, not to
> fear what any demons will inspire the followers of
> the Antichrist to do to our vile, mortal bodies
> (cf. Matthew 10:28, Philippians 3:20-21); Christians
> are only to fear what God will do to our bodies and
> our souls should we fall away from faith in Him and
> His Word by giving heed to demonic doctrines
> (1 Timothy 4:1). These would include preterism, for
> it overthrows the faith of some (2 Timothy 2:18),
> and it leaves believers completely unprepared
> psychologically for the coming tribulation, when not
> understanding Revelation 14:9-11 and taking the mark
> will mean eternal death.

> We must be willing to be beheaded before taking the
> mark of the beast or worshipping his image
> (Revelation 20:4). We must not love our lives unto
> the death (Revelation 12:11). We must hate our lives
> in this world, that we might obtain eternal life
> (John 12:25).

GOD's will be done and not our will.

We, the brethren of LORD Jesus Christ have HIS peace which passes all
understanding because the Holy Spirit guides us.

May GOD continue to heal our hearts with HIS living water healing our
depression, anxiety, and panic so that we can love our neighbors a
little more and LORD Jesus Christ a lot more, dear brother whom I love
unconditionally.

Prayerfully in Christ's amazing love,

Andrew <><
--
Andrew B. Chung
Cardiologist, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
http://www.***.com/

As for knowing who are the very elect, these you will know by the
unconditional love they have for everyone including their enemies
(Matthew 5:44-45, 1 Corinthians 13:3, James 2:14-17).
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